CHI St. Alexius Health provided $23,556,341 total community benefit in FY22. Throughout these reports, you will see our commitment to the communities we serve demonstrated through the care we provide to uninsured and underinsured individuals, and through the community partnerships, programs and services we provide to meet the unique challenges facing our friends and neighbors. Select a community below to learn more about the local impact, or learn more about CommonSpirit Health Midwest Division Community Benefit.
- $17,241,692 Total Community Benefit
"We will continue to serve our patients from a much broader perspective as we launch our strategic plan, rebuild and grow services, and enhance our physician, provider and employee recruiting efforts. We are rebuilding St. Alexius and appreciate the privilege of serving the community. Our new Strategic Plan launched this fiscal year with a focused effort on developing Cardiology, Orthopedics, Medical/Oncology and Women’s services."
- Deb Mohesky, former President
- $142,570 Total Community Benefit
- 157 Patients supported with Medical Financial Assistance
"I am proud of the way that the staff pulled together through the trying times of the past few years. They have been upbeat and willing to take challenges head on. The vision of the upcoming year is to provide better services for the community. This includes formational training to all staff members so that they are reminded of their need to serve the mission of the facility."
- Jodi Hovdenes, President
- $670,812 Total Community Benefit
- 556 Patients supported with Medical Financial Assistance
"This last year had many challenges. Many were due to staff leaving the facility. However, those who stayed are to be commended. Their tenacity and courage will surely be rewarded. I am proud of their work and diligence. Our main objective in the upcoming year is to provide adequate staffing for our facility. This means hiring more good, qualified nurses. The community, patients and current employees will benefit greatly from our efforts."
- Mariann Doeling, President
- $1,024,783 Total Community Benefit
- 1,096 Patients supported with Medical Financial Assistance
"Our dedication to exceptional care showed with our 5-Star Overall Hospital rating from CMS and ranking as a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital. We were also named to a regional “50 Best Places to Work” list. Looking ahead, we will rebuild community outreach programs and grow Pediatrics, Behavioral Health, Urgent Care and Surgical services Our commitment to rural health inspires us to bring more services to the underserved, including rural farming communities."
- Carol Enderle, President
- $619,059 Total Community Benefit
"As we launch our strategic plan, we will continue to serve our patients and community, expand our employee and provider recruiting efforts and promote health and well-being. We are blessed to have wonderful employees and providers who exude our commitment to serve patients and the greater good. Thank you for the privilege to serve you and your family."
- MaLissa Reardon, Interim President
- $121,660 Total Community Benefit
"Our vision is to remain an integral part of our community through our recently opened clinic, providing long-term and short-term care for our community members, and participating in community projects that promote health and well-being. We will continue working with our staff to encourage them to keep our patients’ needs first while making sure our staff are adequately compensated."
- K.C. DeBoer, President
- $3,735,765 Total Community Benefit
- 1,490 Patients supported with Medical Financial Assistance
"We’re most proud of the resilience and dedication of our health care team in making a difference in the lives of the patients, staff and community we serve. We want our organization to exceed the expectations of our patients and community. Each year brings hope and the possibility of change and growth. Our mission calls us to improve the health of the people we serve. We do that with compassion, inclusion, integrity and excellence."
- Lorrie Antos, Interim President